The Soul Repair Center is dedicated to research and public education about recovery from moral injury.
The Soul Repair Center supports recovery from
1. Research by teams of scholars and scientists studying moral injury, online
information and resources, and maintenance of a comprehensive library collection
on moral injury recovery.
2. Development of curricula for theological schools, liturgical materials, and
training programs for communities, congregations, and their leaders that enable
members of the public to support recovery from moral injury.
3. A program for pilot groups, for example, nonprofit and veterans organizations
and congregations, interested in becoming certified teaching congregations and
organizations in their local communities. Learn more about this work.
4. The creation of regional programs for training in moral injury recovery via
partnerships of universities or colleges, theological schools, teaching
congregations, and veterans’ organizations and through sponsoring regional
conferences and networking organizations. Learn more about this work. Read
While our current focus is primarily on veterans and members of the military, we
will also be addressing aspects of civil society, such as law enforcement,
medical care givers, prisons, and international post-conflict situations.